Hoi An, at the beach end of town. So we headed into the town, being dropped off at the outskirts as no cars are allowed in the inner center streets.
We ducked into this ancient Chinese medicine pharmacy, filled from floor to ceiling with cabinets of gorgeous porcelain. Display only, just as well.Morning Glory Street Food Restaurant and on my sister's recommendation had the stuffed squid, a local specialty. Amazing! We loved it so much. Along with other local delicacies we stuffed ourselves. The next day we ate across the road at a place recommended by the Lonely Planet, Cargo Club, but it was all western food and a real let down. So then we went back to Morning Glory for another great mean that night.
covered Japanese bridge, and a house that had had seven generations of family live there. Here by day and night and some details from inside, where this is a small temple.